Aaron and Greg have been together since...well, seems like forever. They are engaged, in the middle of wedding planning and going back to their school where Greg has been invited as a Master of ceremonies. Greg has nothing but bad memories of his time in Lawson but for Aaron he decides to make the effort and go. And then all turns to hell.
Their relationship was intense but also full of things they were hiding from each other. For some reason after such a long time together they couldn't open up completely and some serious things had to happen to allow that.
I'll admit I got teary eyed (yes, I might've even cried) towards the end. Once they were able to communicate, the love they had for one another was pure and knew no boundaries. And what Aaron had to go through because of the fact that they were a gay couple at the end makes me mad at society and that things would have to be this way.
I loved Aaron's dominant side but also how he was able to let Greg turn the tables at times. Just knowing what his partner needed and when.
I'll admit that maybe at times I was at a loss about certain issues, but of course, I haven't read the previous books in the series so that is to be expected. But I still enjoyed the story and could sense that there is more to their romance because a lot of things felt like they came to a head. That being said, I would suggest that you start with book one, I know I will be going back to read them!